First published in 2000. This is Volume X of ten in the International Library of Philosophy in a series on Ancient Philosophy. Written in 1931, this is the thirteenth edition of outlines of the history of Greek philosophy. The author’s aim was to provide students with the contents of the different philosophic systems and the course of their historical development which should contain all essential features, and also to put into their hands the more important literary references and sources.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Part 1 First Period The Pre-Socratic Philosophy; Chapter 1 I. The Milesians; Chapter 2 II. The Pythagoreans; Chapter 3 III. The Eleatics and Heraclitus; Chapter 4 IV. The Compromise-Systems of the Fifth Century and the Last of the Pre-Socratic Philosophers; Chapter 5 V. The Sophists; Part 2 Second Period The Attic Philosophy: Socrates and the Socratics, Plato, Aristotle; Chapter 6 I. Socrates; Chapter 7 II. The Minor Socratic Schools; Chapter 8 III. Plato and the Academy; Chapter 9 IV. Aristotle and the Peripatetic School; Part 3 Third Period Hellenistic Philosophy. Stoa. The Later Cynicism. Epicureanism. Scepticism. Eclecticism; Chapter 10 I. The Stoic Philosophy; Chapter 11 II. The Later Cynicism; Chapter 12 III. The Epicurean Philosophy; Chapter 13 IV. The Sceptics; Chapter 14 V. Eclecticism; Part 4 Fourth Period The Philosophy of the Roman Empire; Chapter 15 I. Continuance and Revival of the Old Schools; Chapter 16 II. Neo-Platonism;